dorsomedial

dorsomedial

[¦dȯr·sō¦mēd·ē·əl]
(anatomy)
Located on the back, toward the midline.
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This phenomenon includes the PVN hypothalamic nucleus (29) and the dorsomedial and rostral ventrolateral medulla (30) as well as the medullary nucleus of the solitary tract (NTS).
Along the course in the middle zone, numerous small dorsolateral and dorsomedial perforating branches take off at irregular points form the RA and provide perfusion for the muscles, fascia and skin of the forearm.
Dorsomedial surface of opercle and posterodorsal margin of gill membrane densely covered with small melanophores, pigment extending ventrally along medial surface of branchiostegal rays (pigmentation often bleached away in old, poorly preserved material); lateral surface of distal portion of four or five posteriormost branchiostegal rays, as well as gill membrane in between, heavily peppered with small melanophores.
Adductor profundus pelvicus muscle on dorsomedial aspect of pelvic, abductor superficialis on lateral aspect.
In a few different areas of the brain, however, particularly in the dorsomedial hypothalamic nucleus, the Per genes turn on strongly in sync with feeding time after seven days.
Microscopic examination (Fig 2) of the anterior and dorsomedial nuclei of the thalamus typically shows a severe reduction in the number of neurons and gliosis (Gambetti et al.
Distance variable resistance transducers (DVRTs) were anchored in ventromedial, dorsomedial, dorsolateral, and ventrolateral positions of the Achilles tendon, 2 cm proximal to the Achilles tendon insertion on the calcaneus.
The Contribution of the Prelimbic Cortex, Orbitofrontal Cortex and Dorsomedial Striatum to Behavioral Flexibility
Seeing someone who was deemed attractive (and who also ended up with more date requests) was associated with activity in a region of the rater's brain called the paracingulate cortex, a part of the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex (DMPFC), which is an important area for cognitive control and decision making.
A 1-cm yellow, irregular area of the frontal bone, extending from 1 mm dorsomedial to midline with a trabecular pattern, was identified.